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Thank you for the follow up.  Wee figured it out using manual and luck.

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My alpine inew940 want eject dvd when i press eject button says this operation is prohibited please change settings try again


I had the same problem with mine, if you haven't solved it by now, you need to do press these buttons in this exact sequence:
1) select radio
2) press "Band" to change from AM or FM to FM2
3) press preset #5
4) press volume down twice
5) press volume up twice
The screen should then display something along the lines of "the CD eject lockout has been disabled" and your eject button should then with properly

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It is an alpine dvd player... Did work but unexpectedly stopped working


Dear friend,
DVD players most commonly get dust on its laser glass which interupt in reading DVD disc. You can buy a cleaner DVD it has brushes on its disc which cleans the laser glass as you play it.
This can solve your problem but, if, still the. Probkem exists then its a technical problem, you will need to go to service centre for its repairing.

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RCA DRC6309 no audio


1) test the wires cables for audio , and proove it in another devices.
2) clean the OPU for dirty (lens with lasser) with disk cleaner.
3) try again.
4) if the problem persist the problem is the amplif out and circuit associates. see the diagram .
God bless you
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Standalone DVD player with DivX why does the VBR encoded Audio lag the Video


DivX or XVid encoded MP4 Video codec or AVI will almost always have either the Dolby Digital AC3 Codec or the MP3 encoded audio codec see the following links; Fraunhofer MP3 Decoder or LAME MP3 Encoder

This fixed audio lag can sometimes be caused by VBR audio encoded files and starts part way through the playback as opposed to CBR audio some standalone DVD players will exhibit sound lag in this case. It is a good idea to re-encode the VBR to CBR audio this usually solves the problem.

I suggest that you convert/encode all your DivX AVI files into CBR audio to avoid any such errors; all commercial DVD Video Audio is encoded in CBR (constant bitrate) which also reduces the audio filesize unless its encoded in LCPM which will give a much larger audio component.

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Check the audio bitrate type open the AVI in GSpot the example below shows an AC3 audio already in CBR so can be left alone and should work fine.

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MANUAL CONVERSION PROCESS

This audio MP3 conversion process it a bit of a long way around I know, but it does work!
  • Open video in VirtualDubMod or VirtualDubMP3 (if there is an index error this can sometimes fix it for you.
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  • Ignore the error warning that the video contains VBR audio.
  • Extract audio as MP3 ("demux" in VirutaldubMod or save as WAV, then rename to MP3 in VirtualdubMP3).
  • Convert audio to WAV with CDex
  • Open original video in VirtualDub,choose "direct stream copy" for video and "WAV audio" with "Full audio processing" with CBR MP3 compression (and interleaving with appropriate delay if out of sync) for audio.
SEMI-AUTOMATED CONVERSION PROCESS

You could also use several other easier methods including AVIDemux which uses VirtualDubMod or scan in the DVD-Video using TMPEnc v4.0 Xpress and applying a time lead OR lag however this does not solve a progressive lag *** but can be used to re-author a fixed audio lag error in milliseconds you can use either Windows Media Player Classic or KVM Player in real-time to find this lag or lead error and then adjust accordingly

If you can't work AVIDemux then AVIrecomp will be your best solution this is a bit more user friendly

NOTE> always keep a Backup copy of the AVI before you make any drastic changes as you could make the file unplayable the above process will only work on FIXED AUDIO LAG AVI files.

Progressive Audio Lag (starts in synch and runs fast or slow throughout the AVI is almost impossible to remove with re-encoding the AVI using the above methods.

*** Feel free to comment if you know of a foolproof way other than performing a full re-encode from the MPG2 or DVD VOB file.

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I have a cable TV connection, analogue, no hdmi, how do i connect dvd player and my other speakers to the TV?


You could purchase an "RF Modulator" box (a very small electronic box) which is designed for connecting DVD players to TVs which have only a coax cable input. The 'RF Modulator' box needs to also have the external audio connections ('RCA plugs) for diverting the audio signal to your external amplification (other stereo & speakers). These RF Modulators are found at most stores, and run $16 - $25.

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My rca surround sound system keeps shuting down after 5 to 10 min saying protect shutdown i have checked all the wires none are touching cant figure out what the problem is


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My alpine nve-852a nav is saying installing new software wait for alpine logo but the screen blacks out and does nothing but blackout and repeats the same message what is wrong


I called alpine and they said to unplug the main power cord from the unit and to leave it unplugged for a couple of minutes. This would cause a hard reset. I unplugged it for a couple of minutes and then plugged it back in and the same thing happened. Then I unplugged it for about 20 minutes, came back and plugged it in and it came back to life. It initially said installing new software, but the logo then came up and it started working normally. Alpine also said that if that didn't work I could send it in and it would cost $109 to fix it. Free is always better than $109. Hope this helps.

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